Dr. Tom explores Narcissism, its development, and the Archetypes of the Wildman and the Divine Child.
Dr. Tom explores the idea of the absent father in the development of primary and secondary narcissism. He analyzes and amplifies the themes present in the original story Echo and Narcissus as a means to develop an ecological understanding of narcissism and its effects on healthy and unhealthy ego development.
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. (Carl Gustav Jung) Narcissism has recently become a booming topic of discussion both amongst professionals in the psychological community and the public at … Continue reading Echo and Narcissus: Towards an Ecological Understanding of the Narcissism and Healthy Ego Development
As an adolescent, Siddhartha pursued asceticism. Having found a community of like minded individuals, Siddhartha began to form an intact identity that he could present to others. Through the development … Continue reading Siddhartha Gautama & Consummating Early Adult Life: An Analytical Development Theory
The Holy Triune explores the archetypal family structure using Jung’s analytical theory of archetypes to explore early childhood development.
This article explores early archetypal development and the importance of fatherhood on early childhood development from a Jungian perspective.
Childhood consists of a time when the paradoxical pull between a parent’s dreams for their child and the innate destiny a child will pursue spurs the process of development forward. … Continue reading Dreaming Our Children’s Life Forward: The Archetypal Development of Siddhartha’s Early Life
A Father’s Perspective of the Miracle of Life The intrauterine life of the fetus consists of 40 weeks of complete immersion in the womb. This environment exposes the child to … Continue reading Birth, the Miracle of Life & Archetypal Reveries from A Father’s Perspective
The story Siddhartha written by the Nobel Laureate author Herman Hesse has differences from the true life of Siddhartha Gautama, the prince that would eventually become the Buddha. Hesse presents … Continue reading Siddhartha and Archetypal Themes of Early Childhood Development